The Nurburgring is arguably the most well-known race track in the world. It is a place of many events – some a cause for celebration such as the Nissan GT-R trashing the Porsche 911 in terms of lap times, and also a place of sadness, such as the recent death of a Lexus LFA prototype test driver.

As it is used as a handling proving ground for many car manufacturers, even if you’re not there to enjoy the drive, just stand by the spectator fence and you’ll be able to see all kinds of strangely disguised cars with stripes, polka dots and what nots. And disguised supercars still make the awesome sounds that they’re supposed to make. This is thanks to the ‘Ring laptimes being used as benchmarks recently.

Visiting the Nurburgring is like a motorhead’s pilgrimage to the mother of all tracks. How would YOU like a chance to visit the Nurburgring, drive a car that has a few hundred horsepower on its legendary tarmac and come back with the experience of your life, claiming to have done what not many other car enthusiasts have done? We have something very exciting in store for you in the next few weeks so stay tuned.